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Al Jazeera America
Nov 25, 2013 9:00pm EST
the emotions. i don't if there is a way to bring closure. does this report end this chapter and allow families to go forward? >> well, i hope it does. you know, my fear is that we'll continue to have this dribble of information that comes out. every time another report comes out or additional information gets leaked, it only serves to tear open the wounds and hinder the healing process. >> i would be concerned about that, and i understand there are some efforts in the journalism community to try to release the rest of the information in the interest of public attention to be brought to everything that happened. do you see that as being an effective tool? is that something that the general public really should know? the full scope of the investigation? >> i don't think so. you know, there needs to be a balance between first amendment rights, peopl people's curiositd the rights of the community. you know, is it really all that important that the details of what occurred at this school come out? when it's only going to serve to again hinder the healing process of the town. cause people in the tow
Al Jazeera America
Nov 23, 2013 12:00am EST
they don't know how the suspects managed to control the victims for so long. >>> the chemist inside of a massive crime scandal in massachusetts has been sentenced to prison. annie ducan has admitted to falsifying records and led to release of hundreds of drug convicts. that's it for the headlines. america tonight is up next and remember, you can always get the latest on aljazeera.com. >> on america tonight: the journey we'll never forget. the story of president kennedy's lasting legacy and his last voyage. >> we have the transfer of power, the official of state business, going on just a few feet in front. and here we have the private horror of a widow with her murdered husband. >> also tonight, fading away, capturing what might be the last looks of a vanishing culture. >> i believe these people have a wealth, an emotional wealth, cultural wealth that we do not have any more. >> and big dreams, small space. adam may: little tread. >> it will always be my place. >> it won't get away. >> from the museum in washington, d.c. and the three shots were fired exhibit focused on the assassi
Al Jazeera America
Nov 12, 2013 12:00am EST
identity out of fear of retaliation. >> if they have someone they don't like, they target him. they set up a couple of formations in a false place for that individual and they make the plan that that individual is going to show up there. and when they don't show up in the right place they're going to write them up. they'll see a soldier that is on edge, they'll push them to get them to lash out. >> a lot of these service personnel are being pushed out without any unemployment insurance, without benefits of any kind, access to the g.i. bill, any kind of support. what happens to them? >> the majority are homeless. if they don't have a family to go home to. i've seen soldiers actually taken out to the front gate with all their possessions and sat down. they don't have a car. they don't have a family. so they're out there with a flat screen tv sitting in the grass. >> in july, andrew long was charged from the air force losing access to benefits like the g.i. bill and unemployment insurance. his discharge form cites misconduct and drug abuse. >> there was no drug abuse found. i never came up ho
Al Jazeera America
Nov 22, 2013 9:00pm EST
was making a suit for the first lady. >> yes. i don't remember until afterwards but my older sister tells me that it was a big topic of conversation in my house, that my father was making a suit for the first lady. >> and she wore it. she was quite pleased with it. it wasn't on this occasion only that she wore the suit. >> no, and i'm very, very happy about that. my father, from having a very faimous suit to having made a very infamous suit. i felt gratified that at least jackie got to wear the suit under happier circumstances for a period of time. because it must be really weird to have had your only claim to fame be so stained. after what happened 50 years ago today. >> yeah. did your sister recall the pride that he had in being involved in something that, at that high a level? i mean really this is the woman known even today as one of the great fashion icons of all time. he dressed her. >> yes. there was even pride after the shooting because i remember i was three years old when the assassination happened. they talked about it, but i get the sense that it was kind of a subdued way of disc
Al Jazeera America
Nov 4, 2013 9:00pm EST
, we don't want the government to take care of us. >>> a message about shared faith and common values. >> we talk about family, we talk about education, we talk about self dependence. we talk about opportunities for american dream. >> and flowing straight into trouble. a new front in the contest between energy and the environment. >> and good evening. thanks for being with us. i'm joie chen. will they stay or will they go? it is a fair question on this day before off-year elections in many communities around the country truly is an off-off election year, races which might not attract a lot of attention in any other year. but this year political divisions on many levels make quite a few races be bellwether. what we currently call colorado where secessionists want to form a new state. might not have much of a success but it points to a bigger picture of divide. the great sky of colorado's rural community. chris bury begins in cheyenne wells, colorado. >> a belief that the federal government has lost touch with the their people. >> have no idea how hard we work. >> his daughter, a nanny,
Al Jazeera America
Nov 21, 2013 12:00am EST
, that people were saying joseph paul franklin would suffer from this injection? >> i really don't care about it. justice was done. 33 years, they did what they did, he did the crime and trying to pay for it now. i don't care about the drug or whatever. i wish i was there, i wanted to be there, i wish i could have shot the drug up in him. >> you wish you could have done it yourself? >> i wish coy have done it myself. >> we want to change directions here. the stabbing of craigh des by his own are son. aaron alexis unsuccessfully tried to get help from the virginia and in the state senator dees his son aunt received a mental health evaluation the night before his attempted murder suicide. he was turned away we learn because the state had no beds. the claim that was denied. >> gus dedees, spied the troopers and first responders efforts he did die at the scene. >> the death of gus dees is investigated as a murder-suicide murder-suicide. state senator craigh dees was stabbed several times. >> his son, austin c. dees had an altercation at the dees residence. dees was able to leave the scene on foot an
Al Jazeera America
Nov 6, 2013 9:00pm EST
enough. >> and i don't want my daughter to feel the same way. >> it's been almost a year since then alicia is headed to and a point. with her prim primary care phys. she's ha she has a different mol of care. an aco. it's a network of doctors and hospitals and providers that aims to reduce costs and improve care and all while tun turning a profit. alicia arrives at the university of michigan health center. it's one of several aco's around the country. >> here is how it works. if the aco can give her a lower cost care they split the money with medicare and if they don't though thethey lose money. mid carmedicare calculates costs u looking at that group compared to another group that is not enrolled in aroun in an aco pro. at the end of the year the costs are compared. the aco has to be sufficient with the threshold. but has to meet quality tra matx to have any sayings at all. the way to identify the cos to o identify those at risk. >> the idea is preventive care at home instead of emergency care in hospitals. we know she was costing medicare or me medicade somewhere between 100 a
Al Jazeera America
Nov 8, 2013 9:00pm EST
. but then i think about it. somebody is worse than me. you know, so i end up smiling because if i don't i'll cry. >> are you up? jaylen, jaden. >> i have three kids. quiet is something i definitely don't get. devon is my oldest, he's 12, middle school, seventh grade. my are jaylen is my little mama. my youngest is jaden he's six, the baby. i make their lunches the night before, pack them in the morning. breakfasts are done at night and then just warmed up in the morning. >> last minute check make sure your book bags are packed, hair is combed, faces washed. we're normally out the door at 6:30, 6:35 if all goes well, prayer is essential, transportation, reliable transportation, because i don't have a car. because in order for me to go to their school i have to catch a cab from my job to their school which is $40. for me to go to award ceremonies or pick up a sick child is not in my budgets. all right, here, bye. jayla behave. be good little boy. >> other than that i still get the kids out on their bus on time. it's then whether i will make my bus. i take two trains and then another bus. i
Al Jazeera America
Nov 14, 2013 9:00pm EST
. they don't want them to become security, and so that is hampering getting enough trucks and vehicles on the road, in some of the most devastated areas. in terms of how people here are reacting at the southern end of the island, and really escapes a lot of the winds a lot of the damage, but there's a huge effort here. i was in one of the buildings just by the airport runway, and people just exhausted stretched out on the floor, and one woman just sitting upright, who just a stream of grief and tears coming out of here. so even though we are a fair way away from the center, you can see even here, just how hard people have been hit. >> harry, so with security a big issue there, when you are at the airport, and they are making plans on how to distribute the aid are they talks about security and what they can do? >> certainly there are an increasing number of troops. we have seen reports of taken to the streets, there are u.s. marines as well at the airport. assisting in the operation. eight aircraft are now being deployed. it was fumier until just recently when the u.s. doubled that numb
Al Jazeera America
Nov 16, 2013 9:00pm EST
and the children tell me they intend to be there. you don't have power or water. >> we have, but we are waiting for the relief goods. >> you are waiting for the relief goods. >> yes. >> the big challenge is to figure out how to bring isolated communities like this millage back. it's hard to figure out where you would start. community leaders promised that the power will be restored. they have been promised that it will take a month. >> as hard as it is to believe the mayor insists he's optimistic about the future. >> some mayors said, "please, if you have some other city to go to, go to cebu, or go to manila, go away." what do you tell your people? >> no, i'm still telling my people to stay here. we'll rebuild. we can still stand. >> you believe you can rebuild. >> yes, ma'am. >> as bad as it is? >> yes, we can. with the assistance of, you know, foreign countries, national government. i am sure. there's a lot of helping hands coming in. i am sure we can rebuild it. >> people are not going to give up. >> i am sure, sure. nobody will give up. >> between the broken houses, and along the debris str
Al Jazeera America
Nov 9, 2013 9:00pm EST
and denied a second time. >> then it started to leak. i am hoping that my boilers will hold out. if they don't, i'll borrow money. i'll use my credit cards again. she was told that she was not eligible now because she did not stay in a hotel paid for by the government after the storm. but she has a pet. >> that would have been the exceptions that they should have allowed. because most hotels will not take a pet. >> those tr criteria of those wo stayed with family or friends or stayed in the damaged homes to protect them one of the ways the workers described the ways as arbitrary. after a year of uncertainty, after losing her home in almost everything else, rosaline is trying to move forward. she said that door after door has been shut on her and her family. what hurts most is the refusal of the red cross to help. >> what did you think when you got that phone call saying that you were not going to get that money? >> it was wrong. i thought it was wrong. and i said that to him. you know, this is unfair. there was never that idea that i was not going to be uneligible. there was never that conve
Al Jazeera America
Nov 20, 2013 12:00am EST
tornado barged into the too. >> you can see the black funnel cloud going up there. i don't know if that was the starting of it -- >> reporter: so you were outside and snapped this picture -- >> i was on the front porch there, and i just snapped it right over in that area here. and i could hear it howling and blowing, and i stood for just a few minutes, maybe not even over a minute. and it kept moving towards us, because i thought it was going to go more north. and that's when i told her, i said we have got to get out of here. i don't know how to explain it. it came so fast and was gone so fast. have >> reporter: they have been married 57 years and never been twister. >> i was doing something at the table, and that's when he said let's get to the basement. >> reporter: what did you hear from the basement? >> oh, banging and knocking and hitting and -- you know -- i figured it was that one tree or this tree falling on our house, but it was everything. >> reporter: the two hunkered in their basement and listened to the storm ravage their roof. it only lasted a few minutes, but it w
Al Jazeera America
Oct 31, 2013 9:00pm EDT
the affidavit? >> i -- i -- i don't think the corporations are -- are really mentioned in that sense. it's talking about how they raise money, and the influence -- how thomas calderon who is also -- he was an assemblyman, and -- he was just an assembly man, and he is raising money, he is the chair of this nonprofit, californians for diversity which is named 20 times throughout the affidavit, it is an alleged slush fund. >> and the family itself has been prolific at legal fund-raising. raising money for their campaigns. much of it comes through insurance companies in part because for decades now the calderon have sat on powerful insurance committees. committees known as juice committees. >> obviously there is much more happening on this story. we'll ask you to continue to follow up and bring us details as they come to you. thank you both for being here tonight. >>> up next we're going to continue our week long focus, sex crimes on campus. how a young man's life was turned upside down from what was ultimately found to be a false allegation. stay tuned. ♪ >>> tonight in our focus on sex c
Al Jazeera America
Nov 28, 2013 9:00pm EST
working by candlelight, so they could meet their deadline. >> the fabric is something that i don't think anybody here had ever handled before. sometimes i have thought that mary would say something like, i know six-year-olds that sew better than this. >> the material called bunting used to make today's flag, costs about $12,000. add in labor costs for the almost 2,000 people who have worked on it over the last six months and you have a price tag in the hundreds of thousands of dollars. talk about inflation. but there could have been even more work if the state count had been accurate. >> 15 stars and 15 stripes. so at this point in time, when there's a new state added each new state get as new star and a new stripe. >> a piece of trivia, however, is that in 1812, there are actually 18 states in the union, not 15, they just hadn't gotten around to putting the new stars the stripes on the flag. they don't change the flag until 1818, this' 21 at that time. >> then what does it go to? >> at that point, they take it back to 13, for the 13 original states, and then they continue to add stars f
Al Jazeera America
Nov 30, 2013 12:00am EST
! take cover. shoot everybody. i don't know where my fun is. and then are you going to steal one of these vehicles? >> no, i'm going to steal another vehicle. >> even though he's a long way from getting his official washington, d.c. driver's license 11-year-old nico frank can cruise anywhere and do anything he wants as a virtual player. >> normally i'm a really good driver. >> sure! >> and do i kind of like doing in this game some things that you just captain do in real life. in real life you can't kill people like this. in this game you can. >> like what do you feel like when you do that? >> that it's not very good. it is kind of fun to do some of the stuff, though. kind of like if you're a superhero in a game you can't be a superhero in life. so it's fun to have this fantasy story. >> the game is labeled mature and designed for ages 17 and older because of the intense blood and gore, intense violence and but 76thed enough to be among the millions of fans to try the game during its first week on store shelves. >> how did you make the decision that you were going to allow him to
Al Jazeera America
Nov 28, 2013 4:00am EST
and it's frustrating at a point because it's like you know, i because it's like you know, i don't want my kids to ever be don't want my kids to ever be hungry. hungry. you know and it's really hard -- you know and it's really hard -- >> that bothers us more than >> that bothers us more than anything. anything. any bill, anything. any bill, anything. if our kids can't eat then she's if our kids can't eat then she's a very upset person. a very upset person. >> i try not to cry in front of >> i try not to cry in front of them but when they'll come to me them but when they'll come to me and the refrigerator or the and the refrigerator or the pantry's empty and they'll say pantry's empty and they'll say well what are we going to eat? well what are we going to eat? >> almost one in six americans >> almost one in six americans are living what is known with are living what is known with food insecurity. food insecurity. a term which captures both a term which captures both hunger and the fear of hunger. hunger and the fear of hunger. it means nutritious sufficient it means nutritious sufficient a
Al Jazeera America
Nov 29, 2013 12:00am EST
meet their could meet their deadline. deadline. >> the fabric is >> the fabric is something that i don't something that i don't think anybody here had think anybody here had ever handled before. ever handled before. sometimes i have thought sometimes i have thought that mary would say that mary would say something like, i know something like, i know six-year-olds that sew six-year-olds that sew better than this. better than this. >> the material called >> the material called bunting used to make bunting used to make today's flag, costs about today's flag, costs about $12,000. $12,000. add in labor costs for add in labor costs for the almost 2,000 people the almost 2,000 people who have worked on it who have worked on it over the last six months over the last six months and you have a price tag and you have a price tag in the hundreds of in the hundreds of thousands of dollars. thousands of dollars. talk about inflation. talk about inflation. but there could have been but there could have been even more work if the even more work if the state count had been state count had been accurate
Al Jazeera America
Nov 6, 2013 12:00am EST
looks at it. they don't quite understand it. then they start lawyering it. what happened in this particular case was the whistle blower realized essentially what was going on here was p a, yola was being paid, this was poisoning for profit. he was very upset about it. he went ultimately to "the new york times." he lost his job. then he went to texas. in texas it went before the jury. the jury started to read all of the e-mails inside the company, and before that case went to jury for consideration the company settled for a very large sum of money. >> in the end this whistle blower was compensated for coming forward. >> yeah, he had spent the winter without heat, after he had been terrified, after he had lost his job. when whistle blowers go into this, when lawyers go into this they have no idea if they're going to be successful or not. the bottom line is that they pay a huge price as the patients do. >> let's go back to the specific case. in this particular case, this is--your organization is a taxpayer organization. how can you relit these two things? is this really a st
Al Jazeera America
Nov 27, 2013 9:00pm EST
's frustrating at a point because it's like you know, i don't want my kids to ever be hungry. you know and it's really hard -- >> that bothers us more than anything. any bill, anything. if our kids can't eat then she's a very upset person. >> i try not to cry in front of them but when they'll come to me and the refrigerator or the pantry's empty and they'll say well what are we going to eat? >> almost one in six americans are living what is known with food insecurity. a term which captures both hunger and the fear of hunger. it means nutritious sufficient affordable food is not consistently available because the family doesn't have the funds even with federal assistance to be able to buy it. zachary tabby and gabby don't know about the food stamps they live on since june and their parents don't want them to. >> they live on a food card. >> what's a food card? >> it's like a credit card that once a month we can get food on but unfortunately it is food stamps. i had no money, we didn't have any stores anywhere, i couldn't watches my kids go hungry so i had to suck up my pride and go and apply f
Al Jazeera America
Nov 23, 2013 9:00pm EST
attempted suicides associated with chantix. we should point out the adverse effect reports don't prove chantix makes people suicidal. it's designed to help people quit by blocking the nicotine receptor in the brain. one in five smokers who take chantix quits under ideal conditions during clinical trials. it's better than counselling or nicotine replacement therapy and twice as effective as a placebo. some users reported anger, depression, hall use nations and side effects. dr michael segal, a professor at boston university's school of public health studied tobacco and smoking for 25 years. we know chantix has effects on the neurotransmitters of the brain, affecting serra tonin. it is known to be involved in mental illnesses and depression. it's not surprising that a drug like chantix could have effect on personality and could lead to depression and suicidally. >> a probe bit the food and drug admission in 2006, chantix users reported troubling side effect. some of the cases detailed in this report are bizarre, others chilling. a 24-year-old woman woke up a sleeping boyfriend and beat h
Al Jazeera America
Nov 27, 2013 12:00am EST
winter storm is bearing down don the eastern united states. the snow, rain and winds are expected to delay thanksgiving travel for millions of americans. the snow system slamming the west and is blamed for the deaths of at least 12 people. >> the united states supreme court will here a landmark case involving the affordable care act and birth control. the owners of hobby lobby don't want to offer insurance for contra-septemberives because of their believes, but birth control is offered under obamacare. the high court will hear the arts in maverp. >> the united states flue two b 52 bombers over the east china sea marking tensions. japan and china claimed the islands as their own. the white house says the dispute should be decided through diploma diplomacy. >> pope francis says power needs to move away from the vatican. in a document he said the church should focus on poverty and calls on global leaders to address education and health care. those are the headlines, i'm david shuster. "america tonight" is up next. soledad o'brien goes along for the ride as louisiana's edwin mind. >>
Al Jazeera America
Nov 27, 2013 4:00am EST
is suspect that there is some sort of abuse. you don't need to conduct an investigation, interview a single witness or believe it necessarily to be true. you could have heard something by way of rumor in the hallway of a school and have an obligation to report. the people who are out there on the front lines next to our young children, next to people in positions of danger, you having that special relationship are the one to ring the bell so an investigation is conducted. >> we have -- and i know you have said here that this requirement has existed for sometime. but is there some sort of ground swell now that, yeah, these responsibilities have to extent beyond the immediate people involved? do you see a growing interest in pursuing obstruction-type charges in this case, beyond the initial people involved directly in the case? >> i think the first most mom you mental time we have seen a nationwide shake up in those people who have kept quiet was in the sandusky case. but these laws have been on the books for quite sometime. the fact is, is that prosecutors have been reluctant to utilize thes
Al Jazeera America
Nov 18, 2013 12:00am EST
people. people know if they don't e vac ute there's no insurance or fima. they put the television, matt res and refrigerator on the truck and evacuate ute. >> some of these things don't happen in the u.s. >> they have 2500 medical people that can deploy within hours anywhere in the world. that's a capacity that we need to organise around the u.n. and u.s. and other nations to have a capacity where we can fly in a couple of thousands docs and medical people with equipment. brigade. >> let's bring into the conversation ben smilerwitz. ben, you have been a whistleblower over bad responses to storms, hurricane katrina , the initial response. what are you seeing. what are the challenges that you see with all the aid groups help. >> we saw earlier in the segment - you have dedicated skilled people that go in to help out. that's great. the problem is sometimes you have 100 generals moving in at the same time. they say here we don't need 100, just a few. the public and the u.s., when they want to help, it's important to figure out which groups have the greatest capacity to deliver services that
Al Jazeera America
Nov 2, 2013 9:00pm EDT
. >> there was drinking involved and i ended up being taken home by someone that i don't remember being taken home by. and ended up having sexual relations with him without my knowing. i didn't remember it in the morning. >> did you report this? >> i didn't report it for two months. did this guy assault other women? >> yes we know that he has been found guilty of sexually assaulting another woman. >> i think what is most troubling about this woman's rape is that had he been expelled and kicked off the campus the first time he was found responsible for sexual assault, her rape simply would not have happened. >> such troubling stories of sexual predators committing multiple assaults are not that unusual. in fact researchers tell us the overwhelming majority of rapes on college campuses are committed by repeat offenders. >> each of the serial offenders had on average 14 victims. david lysik travels the country. his pioneering research revealed a remarkable fact. >> the vast majority of sexual assaults on campuses over 90% are perpetrato perpetrated by sl offenders. >> in his study in 2002 he asked nearl
Al Jazeera America
Nov 13, 2013 12:00am EST
is they don't want it to stay here in the boneyard. >> other planes ordered just before the sequester went into effect will come straight here from the factory. this was commissioned five years ago to enhance the cargo fleet. it can take off and land on shorter runways than other cargo planes. the u.s. military ordered a toll of 21 of them, value would at $567 million. days ago, the pentagon announced special operations would get seven of the planes. that still leaves 13 parked person who as we speak, there's another still in production. when it rolls off the assembly line in texas, it will be decommissioned immediately. >> there's no doubt that it is government waste at some level. >> michael is a taxpayer watchdog with the no one partisan brookings institution. he says the c27j was an extravagant military purchase, approved before the 2010 elections, when the rise of the tea party led to massive budget cuts in the pent gun. >> this is the kind of partially redundant program that's easier to justify when before you gots are flush. these had a niche purpose. we can figure out another way t
Al Jazeera America
Nov 7, 2013 12:00am EST
this particular base. >> i don't think it was a rogue soldier going out and shooting is up a base. this is a pattern of deaths and custody that we have seen since the beginning of the war. there have basketball been inves by congress and the u.n. into these abuses. and there has been little accountability and little over sight. and what will happen in afghanistan going forward when the war will move into a covert and special forces and cia driven pace. >> appreciate you being with us "rolling stone" reporter matt akin thank you for being with us tonight. >> my pleasure. >> ahead the campaign promise new york city's new mayor elect has promised a new policing policy. hurricane sandy. and for many, loss of promised financial relief. now, one year later, al jazeera america investigates: >> now a snapshot of stories making head linings on america tonight of the up in maine the southport land community issue. the tar sands transport was narrowly defeated of the it would take the thicker production through maine. >> bradly byrne defeated dean young in a congregationary primary. he moves
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